There's a story behind everything you wear. Trends you followed, the t-shirts you stocked on your wardrobe, the bags you invested and more...\n\n\n\nWhether you're aware of it or not, there are stories of many iconic brands that you've been obsessed with for decades or even centuries ago. Those brands, which try to refresh themselves with their new discourses, are trying to move forward without being shadowed by the popular of today.\n\n\n\nThe brands that are new and our favorite are in our pocket, however, we are impressively attracting the shoes brands that have been in our lives for a long time and we travel a short time. Shoe brands, which include strong stopping time, high quality production and accurate marketing, have the durability you want to use for more than a few seasons.\n\n\n\nRefresh your shoe history and don't forget to check out our list below before shopping for spring.\n\n\n\nHunter (1856)\n\n\n\nAlexa Chung\n\n\n\nFounded by Henry Lee Norris, the iconic rain boots brand of the Scottish origin, the rugged tire designs were also worn by soldiers who participated in World War I. Style icons such as Kate Moss and Alexa Chung chose to draw at the Glastonbury festival, which further brightened the brand's star.\n\n\n\nConverse (1908)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nMarquis Mills Converse founded this iconic shoe brand hundreds of years ago in Malden, Massachusetts. Less than a decade later, the brand launched its first basketball shoe: Chuck Taylor All Star.\n\n\n\nAside from athletics, the shoes were also a form of rock groups, movie costumes, skating, surfing culture, and self-expression of countless communities.\n\n\n\nDr. Martens (1947)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nEveryone's favorite punk boat. The first high profile user of this boat, known as s\u0131 British working class Y\u0131l for many years, was musician Pete Townshend. After that, a follow-up encouragement started for generations. Dr. Martens keeps chasing the cold aesthetics of the boots, right?\n\n\n\nBirkenstock (1774)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nIt is hard to believe that its first appearance dates back to the 18th century, but Birkenstock has been in our lives for a very long time. The brand was not introduced in the United States until the 1960s.\n\n\n\nConsidering the popularity of double-band slippers today, this fire will continue to smoke for longer.